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Toshiba A35 - Resource Conflict - PCI Network Controller on Motherboard Error


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I have a Toshiba Satellite A35-S209. When I try to boot I get two beeps and then the following error message:

Resource Conflict - PCI Network Controller on Motherboard

Bus:02, Device:02, Function:00

I am running Windows XP Home Edition. I can hit F1 to resume the boot, but then once booted I can't see my Atheros AR5001X+ Wireless adapter anywhere. Everything else seems to work fine.

Should I throw this laptop out the dang window now or what???

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Contact TOSHiBA Support for that issue.

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It seems to be the same trouble that i had,

Check the button to turn on/off your wireless, if there is the same trouble you would see it's complicated to use it.

And it was because a bad assembly during a maintenance.

Just re-assembly, ant that's all.

I have a Toshiba Satellite A35-S209. When I try to boot I get two beeps and then the following error message:

Resource Conflict - PCI Network Controller on Motherboard

Bus:02, Device:02, Function:00

I am running Windows XP Home Edition. I can hit F1 to resume the boot, but then once booted I can't see my Atheros AR5001X+ Wireless adapter anywhere. Everything else seems to work fine.

Should I throw this laptop out the dang window now or what???

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It seems to be the same trouble that i had,

Check the button to turn on/off your wireless, if there is the same trouble you would see it's complicated to use it.

And it was because a bad assembly during a maintenance.

Just re-assembly, ant that's all.

How do I re-assemble????

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We have guides in the FAQ, but like i suggested before: Contact TOSHiBA Support for that issue.

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